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The work by Wang and co-authors viewed the above-ground biomass (AGB) over Inner Mongolian temperate grasslands, and analyzed the relationships of many climate, soils, grazing intensity, and grassland type variables to plants using combine biomass measurements from six long-term experiments and data in existing literatures. They found that under future climate warming, AGB in the study region could continue to decrease. On average, compared with the historical AGB (i.e., average of 1981-2019),doi:10.5194/acp-2020-1088-rc1 fatcat:2cslyb3yvvaodesshf7ybvluza